School of Information Sciences - Undergraduate Program

About the program

Our undergraduate program offers a curriculum that meets industry's needs. In fact, industry leaders have helped to develop this program. Our graduates have gained critical skills and broad theoretical knowledge in programming principles, database systems, networks, human-computer interaction, and systems design. They understand how to manage today's complex information systems and design the systems that business and industry will need in the future.

The program offers a chance to focus on one of three industry-centered specializations: information systems, user-centered design, and networks and security. Or, take advantage of the breadth of courses offered in the School by self-designing a major. Students are required to participate in a capstone experience such as an internship with a regional company. With the University located in a major urban environment, our students find amazing internship opportunities with healthcare entities, manufacturing companies, and technology-related corporations.

One degree that will prepare you for many jobs

Our graduates have found outstanding careers as:


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The Whole Process

While many other schools emphasize technology, the iSchool is concerned with the whole process—information architecture, navigation, and management.